Listen To Phish’s Debuts Of ‘Moma,’ ‘Roggae’ & ‘Brian and Robert’ On This Day In 1998

first_imgMuch like this summer, Phish had taken some time to prepare new material ahead of their 1998 summer tour. The new songs would ultimately end up on The Story Of The Ghost, and a tour through Europe would prove the ultimate testing grounds for these new gems. Not only did Phish bring out three brand new songs for the fans who made it to the tour opener in Copenhagen, but they treated fans to a great show in the process.Opening with “Limb by Limb” and “Ghost,” Phish treated fans to an alternate version of their classic tune “Water in the Sky” in the first set. You can hear the excitement at the new interpretation! There was an air of excitement for the first-ever “Roggae” too, a song that would become a staple of live shows. The band also turned a 1997 funk jam into “The Moma Dance,” with Trey Anastasio even going so far as to teach fans the now-forgotten dance that accompanies. After a great second set, the band brought out one more new song, “Brian and Robert,” for the encore.Listen to the full audio of the show, courtesy of fromtheaquarium.You can see the setlist below.Setlist: Phish at The Grey Hall, Freetown Christiania, Copenhagen, Denmark – 06/30/1998 Set 1: Limb By Limb, Ghost, Water in the Sky[1] > Bouncing Around the Room, Tube, Stash -> Cities, Roggae[2], Guyute, Beauty of My Dreams > Funky Bitch, Train Song, David BowieSet 2: The Moma Dance[2], Birds of a Feather, Wolfman’s Brother -> Frankie Says > Run Like an Antelope, Lawn Boy, Ya Mar, Ha Ha Ha, Mike’s Song -> Swept Away > Steep > Weekapaug GrooveEncore: Brian and Robert[2][1] Debut of “new” faster arrangement.[2] Debut.Notes: This show marked the debuts of Roggae, The Moma Dance, Brian and Robert, and the “new” faster arrangement of Water in the Sky. Ghost included a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey. Tube contained a Sand tease. The Moma Dance included the band teaching the audience the simplistic “dance” that accompanies the song.last_img read more

Fans reject Arsenal new jersey ahead of 2020-21 season

first_img One Twitter user wrote: “Those weird triangle things look like part of a factory floor.” And a final Arsenal fan commented: “Is it run over by a lorry?” Adidas threw it back to the early 1990s with their yellow away shirt for the Gunners this term Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do27 Animals That Don’t Need Color To Be Cool6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Read Also: Pogba makes coronavirus fund-raising pledge However, a few were far more complimentary and replied: “Take my money.” One supporter shared two black concept away kits in response which were far more popular. The first had red accent and featured a lightning-bolt effect on the front while the second used the yellow to compliment the black and went with the retro triangle shapes. A new Arsenal concept kit has been branded “disgusting” and “awful” on social media as fans begin to look ahead to the 2020/21 season. The Gunners switched back to Adidas at the beginning of the current campaign, replacing Puma. Arsenal fans did not approve of the new concept kit shared on Twitter And the German manufacturers dropped two strips, with the yellow away jersey reminiscent of the famous ‘bruised banana’ shirt from 1991 to 1993 and hugely popular but the home shirt receiving a mixed reaction. But one potential home shirt for the next campaign, again designed by Adidas who have a five-year contract at the Emirates, did not go down well with supporters. It featured the traditional red front but with a white sleeve and upper across the top and a V-neck collar. The traditional three stripes are over the right shoulder and the jersey features a series of triangles which are used to form bizarre stripes. This season’s home shirt received a mixed reaction from supporters when it was released last year But supporters on Twitter did not take kindly to the possible design. One labelled it “awful” while another used the word “monstrosity” to describe it and a third went with “ugly”. Another said: “Absolutely disgusting, it’s as though we went back to Puma.”last_img read more

Down 1-0 to Spurs, Heat seek some NBA Finals fun

first_imgSan Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker, of France, stretches during basketball practice on Saturday, June 8, 2013, at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. The Miami Heat and the Spurs are to play Game 2 of the NBA Finals, Sunday. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)   by Brian MahoneyAP Basketball Writer  MIAMI (AP) — The NBA Finals. Just being here can be memorable — and miserable.And surprise, it’s those supposedly stoic Spurs who are having more fun, while the South Beach bunch is a little grumpy and grouchy.The Miami Heat may be on top of the basketball world, but there’s no joy unless they stay there.“Playoffs ain’t fun, man. I’m sorry to bust anyone on the outside’s bubble,” Dwyane Wade said. “As a player in the playoffs, you have no joy until it’s over and you won. If you don’t win, you have no joy for a while.”Down 1-0 after a record regular season that goes for naught without another title, the Heat can turn their moods around with a victory over San Antonio on Sunday night in Game 2.Back in the finals for a third straight year, the Heat have lost some of the ability to enjoy the ride. With exorbitant expectations, all that matters is the destination.But San Antonio, absent from this stage for six years, is soaking up what could be its last shot for Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili.After all, Duncan is pretty ancient — at least, according to those wise-cracking Spurs.“Older than dirt,” coach Gregg Popovich called him this week.Parker listed him at age 50 — Duncan is actually 37 — and the repeated ribbing appears almost out of character for a franchise that was often considered the definition of basketball blandness.“My friends and everybody on the team, we get like the funny Instagram doctored-up photos or jokes where they’re making fun of how old some of the people on our team are who shall remain nameless,” reserve Matt Bonner said. “And we get a kick out of that.”last_img read more

Get Excited for Olympia Family Theater’s 2016-17 Season

first_imgFacebook161Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Olympia Family Theater Olympia Family Theater is so excited to share a preview of our 2016-17 Season of shows & events! We’ve got 5 Mainstage Shows, a Double Shot festival, and 10 Let’s Play Shows planned!Based in downtown Olympia, OFT is a nonprofit community theater that engages audiences of all ages in performances and programs that entertain and educate.Mainstage SeasonOur Mainstage season will feature five productions in our intimate 106-seat theater, including Elephant & Piggie’s “We are in a Play!”, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Starry Messenger, Alice in Wonderland, and Fishnapped! We are proud to feature a few favorites, 1 south sound premiere and 2 world premiere originals. Each mainstage productions are recommended for all ages. Tickets and subscriptions for the 2016-17 season will go on sale in July 2016. Elephant & Piggie’s “We are in a Play!”The Olympia Family Theater’s mainstage shows delight young and old like last year’s family favorite “Mercy Watson to the Rescue”. Photo courtesy: Olympia Family Theater.September 30 – October 23, 2016Directed by Kate AyersMusically Directed by Stephanie ClaireWatch Mo Willems’ unlikely duo spring to life on stage in this exciting new musical filled with song and dance, humor and friendship!Based on the Elephant & Piggie books by Mo WillemsPublished by Hyperion Books for ChildrenScript and Lyrics by Mo WillemsMusic by Deborah Wicks La PumaMusic Theatre InternationalThe Best Christmas Pageant EverNovember 25 – December 18, 2016Directed by Isaac Mckenzie SullivanA holiday play for your family featuring a multi-generational cast, a few favorite Christmas Carols, and a lot of laughs! You won’t believe the mayhem – and the fun – when the Herdmans collide with the Christmas story head on! This delightful comedy is adapted from the best-selling Young Adult book, and has become a family holiday favorite.By Barbara Robinson and Samuel FrenchStarry MessengerJanuary 27 – February 12, 2017Directed by Brian TyrrellThe story begins with Galileo as a young boy, inspired and awed by the heavens and it follows his incredible and visionary life. A magical production we hope will inspire great ideas and speak to the “Galileo” in all of us!By Kari Margolis, Plays for Young AudiencesAlice in WonderlandThe Olympia Family Theater is located on 4th Avenue in downtown Olympia.March 17 – April 2, 2017World Premiere Adaptation!Directed by Jen RyleAn original adaptation by Kate Ayers of the most famous and enduring children’s classic. It is full  to the brim with whimsical charm, and unsurpassed silliness. Follow Alice down the rabbit hole through a series of progressively “curiouser and curiouser” events.Original- World Premiere Adaptation by Kate AyersBased on the book by Lewis CarrollFishnapped!May 12 – June 4, 2017World Premiere Musical by Amy Shephard, Andrew Gordon, and Daven TillinghastDirected by Jeff PainterMusically Directed by Stephanie ClaireHelp! Claire’s beloved pet goldfish has been FISHNAPPED! We can’t solve the case ourselves – you have to help us find whodunit! Join us for this musical mystery about friendship and being true to yourself.Original- World Premiere Musical by Amy Shephard, Andrew Gordon, and Daven TillinghastDouble Shot – An Overnight Festival of Family TheaterNovember 6-7In collaboration with NW Playwrights Alliance, a festival of super fun, freshly written 10 minute plays! Plays will be written overnight and directed/rehearsed all day Saturday ready to perform for you Saturday and Sunday! BAM!Let’s Play 2016-2017 SeasonThe folks at Olympia Family Theater are always ready to put on an entertaining their daytime “Let’s Play” shows. Photo courtesy of Olympia Family TheaterLet’s Play shows are generally under 30 minutes long and are perfect for the very youngest of audience members— toddlers, preschoolers and up. Giggles guaranteed! All 2016-7 shows are adapted and directed by Kate Ayers and performed by beloved local actors. Tickets for the Let’s Play performances are sold at the door, the day of the show. No presale tickets. Detailed performance schedule available in July 2016.September…..Mother GooseOctober……..Snow WhiteNovember……Hansel & GretelDecember……Stone SoupJanuary……….The MittenFebruary…….The Golden GooseMarch…………The Emperor’s New ClothesApril………….Peter RabbitMay……………The Tortoise & The HareJune………….Jack & The Beanstalklast_img read more

Team B.C. gets into the Canada Games win column with 4-0 win

first_imgAimee DiBella of Nelson and Team B.C. sit in third spot in Pool A play after Tuesday’s play in Women’s Ice Hockey at the Canada Winter Games in Halifax.DiBella & Company finally got a win, defeating Team Newfoundland & Labrador 4-0 Tuesday. Julia McKinnon scored twice to lead Team B.C.Team B.C. opened with a 4-0 loss to Alberta Sunday.Team B.C. then lost 4-1 to Ontario Monday. DiBella, 16, had two minutes in penalties.B.C. meets Team Saskatchewan in the final round robin game today. Team Alberta leads the pool with a 4-0 record.Along with DiBella on Team B.C. is Kootenay Wildcats teammate Daley Oddy.Also on Team B.C. is Ella Matteucci of Fruitvale. Matteucci played last season for the Cats but this year is playing in Wilcox, Sask., at the Notre Dame Hockey [email protected]last_img read more